### Description:

This page provides a physics calculator to solve constant acceleration related problems. Solve for final, initial and average velocity, acceleration, time and displacement or distance. Unit conversions are performed on inputs and solutions.

### Calculator:

Constant Acceleration Equation Calculator

Step 1. Select Equation

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Final Velocity Equation

Average Velocity Equation

Displacement Equation

Step 2. Choose Variable To Solve

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Solve for final velocity

Solve for initial velocity

Solve for acceleration

Solve for time

Solve for average velocity

Solve for initial velocity

Solve for final velocity

Solve for displacement

Solve for time

Solve for average velocity

Step 3. Enter Inputs

Input Conversion

Solution

Solution Other Units

### Definitions:

Constant Acceleration:

Constant acceleration is when an object's velocity is changing at a steady rate.

Velocity:

This is how fast an object is moving or traveling.

Displacement:

This is the length or distance an object has traveled.

Time:

This is how long the object have moved or traveled.

Acceleration:

This is the rate an entity's velocity is changing.

### References - Books:

Tipler, Paul A. 1995. Physics For Scientists and Engineers. Worth Publishers. 3rd ed.

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